Java performance tuning
Java performance tuning is a function of many things, such as code, networks, hardware (client configuration, memory, CPU speed, storage capacity, etc.) and databases. It is almost impossible to predict exactly where a performance tuning failure might occur. Performance tuning tools allow you to take applications to their point of failure by using virtual users. Java performance tuning must be precise to simulate concurrent load at exactly the same instant. With manual performance tuning, human reaction times simply can't achieve and maintain the same level of concurrency as seen with automated tools. Find the latest information and tuning best practices in this topic section.
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Did Android applications save Java? Expert weighs in
08 Dec 2015
News - Barry Burd, Java expert and author, discusses how Android applications may have brought Java back from the brink.
Video: NetScout discusses new UPM platform
10 Nov 2014
News - At JavaOne 2014, NetScout VP and architect discuss Unified Performance Management platform in this video.
Startup promises native Java across mobile platforms
03 Oct 2014
News - Learn how startup company Codename One is promising native Java across mobile platforms.
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XRebel changes application performance monitoring tools
25 Sep 2015
Podcast - In this podcast, ZeroTurnaround's Jevgeni Kabanov discusses how XRebel differentiates itself from competing application performance monitoring tools on the market.
Improving developer productivity with ZeroTurnaround
09 Sep 2015
Podcast - In this podcast, Anton Arhipov and Geert Bevin talk about ZeroTurnaround's legacy of delivering tools that improve developer productivity.
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How BI + ALM = ALI and real-time application traceability
12 Oct 2011
Video - Pairing business intelligence with application lifecycle management (ALM) promises to deliver real-time application requirements traceability and simplify change management, said Kelly Emo, HP director of applications product marketing, in a JavaOne 2011...
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Is crowdsourcing bug fixes the next big wave in quality assurance testing?
02 Nov 2015
Feature - Learn how crowd sourcing can incentivize the development of bug fixes and new features for open source software.
Addressing the SPI performance issues you don't realize you already have
09 Jul 2015
Feature - New frameworks like Angular and Ember make creating applications with a single-page-interface (SPI) easier than ever. But quite often the performance feedback never gets back to the server, especially given the fact that all of that code runs on the...
A new approach to condensing data leads to a 99% compression rate
07 May 2015
Feature - Given the enormous thirst for data, coupled with the finite existence of copper and fiber optic cables that link clients and servers together, the need for powerful compression algorithms is self-evident. Has XLABS solved the problem with a 99% rate?...
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Lasting impacts of software failure and poor application performance
12 Apr 2016
Tip - Customers have a short memory and lots of alternatives, so organizations must ensure that poor performance and software failure doesn't leave a lasting impression on users.
Are production performance problems plaguing your work?
02 Oct 2015
Tip - ZeroTurnaround's Jevgeni Kabanov clarifies the three major pain points for production performance and how best to avoid them.
The 10 most common and avoidable HTML5 mistakes
09 Jan 2015
Tip - Learn about the 10 most common and most avoidable HTML5 mistakes and how best to avoid them.